Hotel Bremer Haus
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- Pets allowed
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... amp; Businessman" we then recoordinated our outfits a little more and headed for the club. Having waited two years I was finally returning to my favourite nightclub, where not only do Students get free entry, but for the first hour of entry (11-12), Mojitos are given out for free.
Still holding on to my UH ID, I attempted to gain entry as a student, and was successful! Next stop: the free Mojitos.
Grabbing three ...
... Of course,
like just about all city's in todays world every street was simply lined with
uninteresting clothes shops and so I turned left and headed off to the river and
returned to my bike.
It was now 8pm and so off back to the hotel it was.
This hotel is great and the room is spotless but there is one big let down
and that is there seems to be a large number of young ignorant singles living in
These singles who I ...
... like houses.
In amongst all the historical sites, Jase managed to find the one and only Irish pub playing the Lions test – coincidence? It’s like he’s a homing pigeon for live sport! Keen to see the second half, I left him watching while I wandered back through the market to top up the parking meter on the van.
Game finished and with an unfavourable score for the British and Irish, we left the pub ...
... them I then made my way to the local supermarket to buy dinner for the week - Schnitzel of cause, as well as stock up on my favourite German sweets.
Arriving back at Elena's place I was unlucky in that the hall light had decided to explode, luckily no real damage occurred and after eating dinner some German friends came round for predrinks, where I taught them how to play Irish Snap - after which we made it towards La Viva. Being Friday, students ...
... s freeways (i.e. most people drive 80 mph, yet people still manage pass you. However when they pass in Germany, they are sometimes doing 130, not 95). It is just the idea; freedom to drive how fast you want.
It was a rainy, cold day; just like almost every other day in Northern Germany. The weather is just one of those things one simply adapts to. The one thing it does have going for it is that there is nothing like a ...